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Phillies INF Hector Luna Outrighted; Elects Free Agency


The Philadelphia Phillies outrighted infielder Hector Luna off their forty-man roster today and the 32-year-old elected to become a free agent, reports Todd Zolecki of

Luna spent several stints with the Phillies this season. He was on the club’s major league roster less than two weeks ago before being optioned to Triple-A when Philadelphia activated Placido Polanco from the disabled list.

Over sixty-two at-bats for the Phillies, Luna hit .226/.273/.355 with two doubles and two home runs. During his time with Philadelphia, he manned first and third base as well as left field.

Luna has spent a majority of the season playing for Philadelphia’s Triple-A affiliate. Over 220 at-bats, he hit .282/.329/.450 with twelve doubles and seven home runs.

Over seven seasons at the major league level, Luna owns a career line of .262/.314/.385.